This thesis examines the requisitioning process for DOD standard stock material utilized at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). The analysis uses a generic model of the requisitioning process developed by the author and derived chiefly from select portions of official Naval Supply publications. This model serves as a reference point in examining the process at both the Naval Postgraduate School and the Naval Supply Corps School. It was found that several barriers exist that prevent the NPS supply department from Requisitioning standard stock material in the most efficient and productive manner. The thesis concludes by describing these barriers and by providing recommendations for improving the requisitioning process flow at NPS.